How do I know what non surgical technique is best for what person and what area?
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Non-Surgical Treatment Options
It can become overwhelming because there are a lot of options out there.In our practice, we have all of the above, and can effectively direct out patients to a treatment plan that is most suited to their needs and concerns. Our patients who desire lifting and tightening of the skin, and are the right candidates, are thrilled with their Ultherapy results. IPL/Photofacial is wonderful for treating brown spots and reds/vessels on the of the skin. Lasers more so for skin texture, lines/wrinkles/pores. Coolscupting where there is excess fat.
Schedule a consultation with a practice that offers a all of these types of treatments so they can educate you further and direct you to the most appropriate plan for you. It may require several different treatments to address a variety of concerns.
Dr. Grant Stevens
Find out what the right non surgical tightening procedure is for you
1. Coloration such as red, brown even yellow coloring. These can be treated by lasers such as Vbeam, Excel V, Permea, Fraxel Dual, as well as certain topical agents
2. Wrinkles present at rest in upper third of face : Botox
3. Hollowness and fat loss mid third face: Voluma filler and others
4. Sagging skin: Fraxel Repair, ThermiSmooth, Ultherapy, Thermage, ThermiTight
Some patients need only one type of treatment while others need several different techniques to address multiple issues. At times their medication history or medical history may preclude some types of treatment and all my patients get a written financial quote the same day of their consultation from a staff member who can answer questions. In this way, my patient has a better understanding of what treatment(s) is (are) right for them.
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